Please have a look at our news-archive or event-archive, if you are looking for past announcements.

  

Tobias Rettig to present at the EAM 2018

Our member Tobias Rettig (Z1) will contribute to the VIII European Congress of Methodology (EAM) 2018 with a talk about "The effect of incentives in survey experiments on panel stability and sample composition". The Conference will take place in Jena (Germany), July 24-27, 2018.

For more information about the Conference, please have a look here.

 

Our members to present at the International Conference MOLS Conference 2018

Our members Ruben Bach and Ulrich Krieger will participate at the 2nd International Conference on the Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys (MOLS) in Essex (UK). The Conference will take place on July 25-27, 2018.

For more information about the Conference have a look here.

 

Our member Jan Höhne recently recieved a Travel Award for the BigSurv 2018 Conference

Jan Höhne our postdoctoral researcher will be attending the BigSurv 18 Conference in Barcelona, Spain to explore  new statistical frontiers at the intersection of survey science and big data. The BigSurv18 will bring together international researchers, practitioners, and experts to address how promising technologies and methodologies for using massive datasets can improve, supplement, or replace data and estimates from complex surveys and censuses. The Conference will take place from October 25-27, 2018.

For more information about the Conference, please have a look here.

 

Carina Cornesse to present paper at Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM)

Our own Carina Cornesse (A8) will be attending the Joint Statistical Meetings in Vancouver, Canada to present her and Ines Schaurer's paper titled "Mixing Models Versus Providing Internet Equipment: How Do Different Strategies of Including the Offline Population Affect Probability-Based  Online Panel Data Over Time?". The conference will take place from July 28th till August 2nd and Carina Cornesse will be presenting her paper on August 1st.

 

IPID4all Mobility Funding Research Tandem approved

Visiting tandem Partner: Anne Elevelt, Utrecht University, The Netherlands. Mannheim tandem partner: Tobias Rettig, University of Mannheim, Germany. The IPID4all grant awarded is funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). Ms. Elevelt will be joining the SFB884 for Research by beginning of the next Year

 

Researcher Ashley Amaya visiting to collaborate with Project A8

Researcher Ashley Amaya from RTI international is currently visiting to collaborate with Project A8. She is collaborating to recreate Likert-Scales for European Social Survey using Data from reddit.